Learn how to care for patients with complex conditions and work with teams to improve quality outcomes and efficiency of care You will be able to manage the care environment and clinical outcomes, address ethical issues, and deliver evidence-based care within the microsystem.
Master of Science in Nursing
What You’ll Study
Are you ready to take your career to the next level? To accommodate the busy schedule of working nurses, the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program allows you to continue your education without disrupting your professional and personal life. Gain a comprehensive understanding of nursing theory. Hone your research and data analysis techniques. Discover health policy’s impact on your organization and practice. Our program will prepare you to advance in the healthcare industry and emerge as an empowered and ethical nurse leader. With three distinct tracks of study, you will customize your course of study to align with your career goals. A specialized MSN degree can position you for higher-paying positions as a clinical nurse leader, nurse educator, administrator, or in the growing field of nursing informatics.
Learn to work as part of an executive team, make critical business decisions, and manage the balance of the access, cost, and quality of healthcare for your organization.
Learn how to enhance healthcare decision-making and patient care by participating in the analysis, design, and implementation of information and communication systems.
Number of credits: 36 credit hours
Number of courses needed to graduate: 12
Average Completion Time: 24 months
Cost per credit: $630
Flexible Program: Asynchronous Online
Course Length: 8 weeks
No GRE Requirement
Queens offers an RN to MSN pathway.
How Can You Use This Degree?
MSN graduates will achieve more advanced positions and can work in a wide variety of environments.
- Clinical Nurse Leader
- Nurse Director
- Nurse Educator
- Nurse Informatics Specialist
- Nurse Researcher
- Integrative Clinical Concepts (NUR 655)
- Leadership Principles and Practices (NUR 661)
- Principles of Curriculum and Evaluation (NUR 663)
- Clinical Information Systems (NUR 665)
Gary Gilleece, MBA, M.Ed
Graduate Recruiter, Blair College of Health
Meet Your Professors
Each member of our faculty has an impressive range of experience and qualifications in the areas in which they teach. Many of our faculty members still work in healthcare facilities in the Charlotte area.